Procurement and Contract Services

Procurement and Contract Services

Welcome to the S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles Procurement and Contract Services web page. We hope you find this site informative and helpful in your goal to provide goods and services to our agency and to the State of South Carolina.


Our mission is to support the agency by purchasing and providing the goods and services necessary to continue efficient and cost effective services to the citizens of the State of South Carolina; to work as a team and abide by the State Procurement Code and agency procurement policy in all aspects of purchasing; to serve as competent and knowledgeable staff; to maintain exceptional work ethics and provide outstanding customer service to internal and external customers.


The State of South Carolina procurement system operates under the South Carolina Enterprise Information System (SCEIS). All vendors, regardless of registration status, must complete or update their electronic registration in order to respond to or be awarded a contract in response to a solicitation.


Please visit for more information and instructions on the online vendor registration process.


Bid Solicitation(s):

Please visit (Contract Awards) to view our current, open solicitations as well as other state agency solicitations.


Procurement Staff 

Cathy Lucas, CPPB, Chief, Procurement and Contracts


Rebecca Outen, Procurement Specialist

Kelly Cobian, Administrative Assistant


We are located at 10311 Wilson Blvd, Blythewood, S.C. 29016


Staff Certification 

Goods/Services; Consultant Services - up to $250,000

Information Technology - up to $50,000 



Related Links 

From the site you can link to:

Small & Minority Business Assistance Office

S.C. Business Opportunity Newsletter (SCBO)

How to Do Business with the State of South Carolina

Vendor Information and Registration

National Institute of Governmental Purchasing Officials (NIGP)

S.C. Association of Governmental Purchasing Officials (SCAGPO)

Other State Agency/County solicitations


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